The calibre of EBS guests attracts a great deal of media interest. Over 250 journalists from international and European media outlets including the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Euronews, Reuters, Handelsblatt, POLITICO and many others attend he European Business Summit. Are you interested in becoming a media partner for our events? Contact EBS Communications Manager Joanna Nowak for more information at 



EBS hit international headlines across all media channels - over 1,000 videos and articles within 24 hours. EBS on social media - follow the conversation and send us your feedback: #EBS2017

The Daily Telegraph 
Le Figaro 
European Commission
Xinhua News Agency
Süddeutsche Zeitung
Euronews Global Conversation with Wolfgang Schäuble 
El Economista
CNBC interview with Guy Verhofstadt 
La Vanguardia
New Europe
Euronews Facebook Live sessions 
CNBC exclusive interview with Didier Reynders 
Euronews Global Conversation with Julian King 



Press release

TCS highlights the role of digital in Europe's future economy
European Commission initiative: Employers together for Integration
Second meeting of the European Dialogue on Skills and Migration
McKinsey report on European CEO opinion launched at EBS 2017


Media at EBS2017


Coming live from EBS/Euronews studio built in the centrally located Networking Village, Euronews team debated with business and policy experts a new narrative for Europe.

The studio was also used to record two interviews for the Global Conversation, Euronews' flagship programme.  


EBS offers media partners an exclusive access to high-level speakers, private interview rooms and assistance in scheduling one-on-one meetings. 

CNBC recorded several exclusive interviews with EBS2017 high-level speakers and participants. 


Social Media

EBS social media channels and hashtags were widely used by our participants and generated great discussions.

EBS main Twitter hashtag - #EBS2017 was tweeted 3511 times and reached more than 2 milion people.

EBS was also present on Facebook with six Facebook Live interviews conducted by Euronews. The videos were seen 50 000 times and created lively and interesting exchanges.